head coach's wife. she said, lisa, someone just collapsed. i watch add little bit. saw a bunch of commotion down there. being a nurse for 16 years, i thought, i should at least go down and see if there's something i can help with. >> you gave chest compressions for two minutes. you doubted yourself. at one point, you thought to yourself, i hope this is what we're suppose to be doing, because if it's not, he's going to be really mad later, right? >> i looked in his eyes, didn't see any kind of response at all. everybody was yelling at him. didn't look like he was breathing. and a couple of people down there tried to feel for a pulse and we didn't feel one. and at that point, i thought, well, we can start chest compressions and if he does, you know, if that's -- if this isn't what needs to be done, he's going to wake up and be pretty mad at me. when he didn't, that's what we kept doing. >> mr. demison, this must have been a tough experience for you too. when you went to the hospital to see your son, what's the first thing he said to you?